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ELEGOO 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin 405nm Standard Photopolymer Resin

Elegoo 3D Printer Resin Lcd Uv Curing Resin, Lcd 3D Printing Grey 1000G, A High Temperature Curing Effect, Elegoo Photopolymer Resin

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.7010
H&F Rating 512 reviews
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What We Like

  • Made with high-quality photopolymer resin that offers a smooth finish
  • Designed to significantly reduce printing time with its excellent fluidity
  • High-quality pigments and photo-initiators inside E LEGO UV-Curing resin offers a pure and stunning color effect

Disadvantages

  • may take time to fully cure on the surface

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8.70 out of 10, based on these 7 factors:

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  • What buyers say about ELEGOO 3D Printer Resin LCD UV-Curing Resin 405nm Standard Photopolymer Resin


    I've read that you can cure your parts while they are submerged in water, but I haven't personally tested this, and the Elegoo resin has a great, hard surface finish that I was expecting from the grey.


    It comes in the same protective packaging and a nicer box that labels the color, so it's nice to be able to put it.


    The smell of this grey resin is very low, and I use it frequently because it's at a price point that I can't pass up.


    I used this type of resin for the first time and it worked well, so I decided to raise the layer height to 100um without changing anything else.


    I use alcohol for the wash fluid, but I wouldn't recommend it for standard minifigure prints, even though larger prints (hollow or solid) would be a little better.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Where can I find the material data sheet?

    A:

    The Resin Parameter is Hardness: 84 D; Shrinkage: 7.1 %V iscosity: 150-200 mPa.sL iquid Density: 1.195 g/cm3Solid Density: 1.195 g/cm3F lexure Strength: 59

    Q:

    I noticed there wasn't a seal on the opening of the bottle when I opened it for the first time.

    A:

    I have never had a seal on the bottle opening and as long as the plastic bag is not tampered with/ripped open it should be fine.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use this in an oyumaru mold and cure it with a UV lamp?

    A:

    It won't work for casting because the cured resin doesn't transmit UV well and it gets very hot when curing.

    Q:

    I'm learning how to recycle, but I'm not sure if it's possible after the resin cures.

    A:

    I don't know of any methods of recycling it, at least not the way that you can in some instances recycle scrap from an FDM printer.

    Q:

    I'm not sure why my prints keep cracking, has anyone else had this problem solved?

    A:

    If you cure one side longer than the other, it can cause stress on the under cured side, and cause it to crack.

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